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messaging

[mes-uh-jing] /ˈmɛs ə dʒɪŋ/
noun
1.
a system or process of transmitting messages, especially electronically, by computer, telephone, television cable, etc.
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  • Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and come prepared with a sense of adventure and a text messaging enabled cell phone.
  • First he pioneered antivirus software, then instant messaging.
  • Please turn off your cell phones, pagers and refrain from text messaging during events.
  • Now comes a new paper that suggests this whole to-do over messaging might be moot.
  • Is there any physical evidence which compares symbolic messaging between the two groups.
  • Friends in different countries are always text messaging me their culinary creations.
  • In the last week, it seems nearly every campaign's messaging has largely devolved to calling the opposing campaign liars.
  • We've also got picture messaging, which could be a subset.
  • Intense messaging by both political parties on which was more to blame is surely to spill out for days, if not months.
  • Of course he's going to say yes, he deserves to be reelected, and then repeat his familiar messaging.
British Dictionary definitions for messaging

messaging

/ˈmɛsɪdʒɪŋ/
noun
1.
the practice of sending and receiving written communications by computer or mobile phone
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Word Origin and History for messaging
n.

1865, verbal noun from message (v.).

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